Throughout his 30+-year career, character actor Steven Bauer has been associated with films like Scarface, Thief of Hearts, Running Scared, Gleaming the Cube (a personal favorite), Raising Cain, Primal Fear and Traffic to name a few as well as the hit 80's TV series "Wiseguy."
Last week Universal Home Entertainment released its latest creature feature, Werewolf: A Beast Among Us, onto Blu-ray and DVD everywhere, and to mark the occasion, Dread Central had the opportunity to chat with one of the flick's co-stars, Adam Croasdell.
Universal's newest monster movie, Werewolf: The Beast Among Us, recently dropped on Blu-ray and DVD combo pack, and we've got five copies to give away to some lucky Dread Central readers. Check it out!
A terrifying creature stalks the residents of a small town as a band of skilled hunters tries desperately to stop the killing in Werewolf: The Beast Among Us debuting exclusively on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD, and Digital Download on October 9, 2012. Check out everything you need to know!
A terrifying creature stalks the residents of a small town as a band of skilled hunters tries desperately to stop the killing in Werewolf: The Beast Among Us, an all-new, action-packed thriller debuting exclusively on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD, and Digital Download on October 9, 2012.
It's all about the military fighting off aliens invading the City of Angels this weekend. Battle: Los Angeles in theaters; The Asylum mockbuster Battle of Los Angeles premiering on Syfy on Saturday night. Syfy has posted two short snippets of Battle of Los Angeles action. Bet you didn't know you could kill a UFO with a samurai sword, did you?
Next weekend you have two options when it comes to aliens invading the City of Angels. Pay high ticket prices to see Battle: Los Angeles on the big screen or watch Battle of Los Angeles on the small screen for the cost of basic cable.
No. Battle: Los Angeles will not be airing for free on Syfy 24 hours after it opens in theaters. Don’t be silly. Did you not notice the word “of” between “Battle” and “Los Angeles”? What do you suppose that could mean? If you answered “a new Asylum mockbuster”, you win the mega no-prize.